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Magic 9.4 .NET Client With WSDL Calling Broker - Not Working

Magic 9.4 .NET Client With WSDL Calling Broker - Not Working

I'm trying to setup a .NET client using a WSDL file to communicate the broker with our Magic 9.4 install on a UNIX server, but I am unable to get it to work.  We currently have an Java client using an EJB that works, however, the .NET client is unable to connect.  I have logging on, and everytime the .NET client tries to call the brokers, no record of anytype is recorded in the logs for the request.

Has anyone gotten this setup working?  Also, what is the format of the http request for Magic brokers that is being called (is it http://<servername>:<port>/<prgmname>?<parameters>)?

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